It generally depends on what your looking for, but as a rule of thumb it can be as low as £400 per week up to £5000 per week.
Do you have to get the alcoholic’s permission?
Yes, unless you are convinced that the alcoholic are going to harm themselves or others in which case you can apply to the police to have them sectioned.
Where are your rehabs?
We operate a free counselling and support service which is designed to help you find the right rehab for you. Whether in Scotland, Wales, Irleand, England or abroad.
Can I get NHS funding?
NHS Rehab funding is renowned to be very difficult to get and often involves long waiting lists. They tend to use the most affordable rehabs which will generally mean sharing accommodation, bathrooms etc. Many people seeking rehab often feel more comfortable with the idea of private clients only as this ensures that clients aren’t there by order of the courts.
How long does an alcohol detox take?
A general alcohol detox without any complicating medical conditions ordinarily takes about one week.
How long does an alcohol rehab take?
Inpatient rehabs generally run from four weeks up to eighteen months depending on the level of intensity of intervention required.
How long does alcohol rehab take in one to one counselling?
One to one counselling is obviously less intensive than inpatient programmes but can vary from a number of weeks to years. Stopping drinking in your local community with one session of counselling per week, as you are constantly exposed to the triggers that perpetuated the drinking.
What is the difference between quasi residential detox, home detox and inpatient detox?
Quasi Residential Detox ordinarily involves one session with a private doctor and a detox which is overseen by a counselling team.
A Home Detox involves detoxing at home on your own or with the ‘drop in’ support of a local support nurse provided by a private healthcare company or the NHS.
An Inpatient Detox is a medically supervised detox, in a hospital setting, either private or NHS and often involves 15 minute observations in the earlier, more critical stages of the detox. These are often reserved for instances where additional medical complications are involved and , or, a history of seizures.
What medication do you use?
Medications are dispensed at the discretion of the Doctor. Whilst some doctors do prefer specific medications, it really is dependent on individual needs.
Can I visit them in rehab?
Different rehab clinics have different rules on visiting. Some clinics believe that visiting makes the client vulnerable, whilst others activily encourage it. Our counselling team can advise you specifically base on your individual circumstances?
What works best rehab abroad or in the UK?
That question really depends on who your talking to. Treatment centres will obviously advocate treatment in their own specific unit and can provide valid reasons to support their claim. If you are unsure and need some professional, independent advice call or team for a chat.
What about phones, latops, Ipads etc?
Some treatment centres forbid them point blank, others accept them. We can help you find the right solution for you.
What is a family intervention?
A family alcohol rehab intervention is designed to help motivate clients into change. There are different models of intervention. See our services page for more information.
Do you provide transport?
We work with a number of professional transfer companies to provide affordable transport options. Some provide medical support, others simply offer a drop off and chaperone service.
Can I come in today?
That would depend on the clinics availability. Often many clinics can admit within a 24 hours window. It is generally best to act quickly when the motivation is there to engage, as this motivation can often come and go. The motivation is normally prompted by a crisis that brings the addiction to a head.